The ratio of complex carbs to fiber in beans and legumes helps your body burn through carbs more efficiently, making it less likely they’ll be stored as fat.
Oranges are particularly high in vitamin A, which supports the adrenal glands and lowers stress hormones that stimulate weight gain.
The easy to digest protein in halibut has an amino acid ratio that’s conducive to lean muscle development. The more muscle you have, the faster your metabolism gets.
Asparagus is especially high in boron, the element which helps the body efficiently utilize calcium and support the thyroid.
Ginger helps stimulate pancreatic enzymes that help you stabilize your blood sugar and burn food as fuel, not storing it as fat.
Consuming healthy fats stimulate bile in the liver and gallbladder that emulsify fats you eat and fats on the body.
The phytonutrients in peppers have thermogenic properties, increasing heat in the body and speeding metabolism.
Spinach is high in iron, which helps deliver oxygen to your blood cells and stabilize the body’s pH.
Fiber-rich Asian pears are excellent for digestion, helping break foods into small particles so they can be used to support metabolism.